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    [General] Chicago Style Citation

    Hello, I am to write references in Chicago style. Is there a difference between references (at the end of a module) written in Chicago style and bibliographies written in Chicago style? Was I able to do it correctly? References (at the end of a module) written in Chicago style: Department...
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    [Grammar] Tense of a Verb

    Dear Teachers, We were tasked to answer this question: How many students in your class ________ in Korea? a. comes b. come c. came d. are coming They said that the correct answer is "come." Are there two possible answers here? Come and came? Because, I chose "came" as my answer.
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    [Grammar] "... is it... or "... it is..."

    Dear Teachers, Which of the two sentences below is correct? 1. You go through life wondering what is it all about but at the end of the day it's all about family. 2. You go through life wondering what it is all about but at the end of the day it's all about family. Thanks.
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    [Grammar] indirectly caring

    Dear teachers, Is the following sentence grammatically correct? I am indirectly caring. ["Caring" was used as an ajective.]
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    [Grammar] a beginning/ beginnings

    Teachers, Is this grammatically correct? Some stories don't have a clear beginning. Or should it be "Some stories don't have clear beginnings."? Thanks.
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    [Grammar] Why do that? and Why like that?

    Teachers, I know that the following sentences are grammatically correct: (1) Why do you do that? and (2) Why is it like that? But how about the following sentences? (1) Why do that? and (2)Why like that? Are they grammatically correct? I guess they are not... They don't sound grammatical to...
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    [Grammar] Sir (singular) and Sirs (plural)

    Teachers, Is it correct to say "sirs" if you refer to two teachers? If you see two teachers, is it correct to say, "Good morning, sirs."?
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    [Grammar] Progressive Tense

    Can I say, "I am watching TV every day."? Am I allowed to use present progressive tense for habitual actions? I think this is the proper way to say it: "I watch TV every day."
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    [Grammar] keeping me waiting

    Teachers, Is the sentence "He is keeping me waiting." grammatically correct?
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    [Grammar] Are you speaking English?

    Teachers, Are the following questions grammatically correct? -Do you speak English? -Did you speak English? -Are you speaking English?
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    [Grammar] I eat... later.

    Teachers, Is the grammar of the sentence correct? I eat at a restaurant later. I think the grammar is correct, since we can use the present tense of a verb for future time.
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    [Grammar] A prepositional phrase or an adverbial phrase?

    Dears teachers, In the sentence "The man lives in a nice castle." is the underlined phrase a prepositional phrase or an adverbial phrase?
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    [Grammar] Reading of rules in Building a Number or Reading of the rules in Building a Number

    Teachers, I am trying to make a PROGRAMME for our Math and Science Fair. In the program, a teacher will read the rules in the game: Building a Number. Which is more right to use as a title "Reading of rules in Building a Number" or "Reading of the rules in Building a Number?"
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    Resignation Letter

    Teachers, I have made my resignation letter. Is it grammatically correct? Thanks in advance January 24, 2015 Mrs. xxxxxxxxxxxxx School Principal xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Inc. xxxxxxxx District, xxxxxx City Madam: My sincerest greetings! It had been a wonderful opportunity...
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    [General] Nobody gets used to pain for it demands to be felt.

    Teachers, Does this make sense? Is the sentence grammatically correct? Nobody gets used to pain for it demands to be felt.
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    [General] People are different when you can smell them and see them up close..

    Teachers, What does this statement mean? People are different when you can smell them and see them up close.
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    [Grammar] Just when I thought I can/could...

    Teachers, Is this grammatically correct? Just when I thought I can live my life alone, it was only then that I realized how stupid I have become. Should I change can to could? Thanks in advance!
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    [Grammar] That was never the way I planned....

    My dear teachers, Is this grammatically correct? That was never the way I planned, not my intention.
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    [Grammar] "I read a book," "I read books" and "I read book."

    1. I read a book. 2. I read books. 3. I read book. I know that sentences (1) and (2) are grammatically correct. In the third sentence, "a" was omitted. Is it also correct?
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    [Grammar] To express action or To express an action?

    Here is the sentence: Regular verbs take the -d or -ed ending to express action in the past. Should I still put an in the given sentence, or it is already correct? Regular verbs take the -d or -ed ending to express an action in the past. Please explain my dear teachers.
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